If you're using Visual Studio Code and want to share a screenshot of what you're working on I highly recommend using Polacode.
It can be a little tricky following the steps from the official gif (as seen above) but essentially you just do the following:
I'll admit that personally I've never had a need in all my professional life to print code from Visual Studio but I know a few devs and project managers that do. I suppose it can be handy when you want to view something offline or hand out code samples for a meeting.
A dev buddy was in touch recently and asked me how she could print from Visual Studio Code. Having never even looked for this option before I just assumed it existed where all Print options live in 'File -> Print...' or Ctrl+P but quickly realized that neither of these options exist in VS Code.
I love Visual Studio Code but even the dark mode can be a bit drab and boring looking. Luckiliy there are tons of amazing themes you can install to really personalise it.
Sometimes it's the little things that make a developer's life just that bit easier. Like this handy little Visual Studio Code plugin that will colorize your brackets to help make it easier to see what's contained within them!